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CONTENTS                                                            IX
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380.   Further Applications of Bessel's Functions of High Order to
the Whispering Gallery and Allied Problems ....      211 [Philosophical Magazine, Vol. xxvil. pp. 100109, 1914.]
381.   On the Diffraction of Light by Spheres of Small* Relative Index       220
[Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, Vol. xc. pp. 219225, 1914.]
382.   Some Calculations in Illustration of Fourier's Theorem      .        .      227
[Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, Vol. xc. pp. 318323, 1914.]
383.   Further Calculations concerning the Momentum of Progressive
Waves...........232
[Philosophical Magazine, Vol. xxvil. pp. 436440, 1914.]
384.   Fluid Motions..........237
[Proc. Roy. Inst. March, 1914; Nature, Vol. xcin. p. 364, 1914.]
385.   On the Theory of Long Waves and Bores   .....      250
Experimental     .........      254
[Proceedings of the Iioj/al Society, A, Vol. xc. pp. 324328, 1914.]
386.   The Sand-Blast..........255
[Nature, Vol. xcm. p. 188, 1914,]
387.   The Equilibrium of Revolving Liquid under Capillary Force      .      257
[Philosophical Magazine, Vol. xxvm. pp. 161170, 1914.]
388.   Further Remarks on the Stability of Viscous Fluid Motion        .      266
[Philosophical Magazine., Vol. xxvin. pp. 609619, 1914.]
389.   Note on the Formula for the Gradient 'Wind      .        .        .        .276
[Advisory Committee for Aeronautics,   Reports and Memoranda. No. 147.   January, 191.5.]
390.   Some Problems concerning the Mutual Influence of Resonators
exposed to Primary Plane Waves   ......      279
[Philosophical Magazine, Vol. XXIX. pp. 209222, 1915.]
391.   On the Widening of Spectrum Lines......291
[Philosophical Magazine, Vol. xxix. pp. 274284, 19'J5.]
392.   The Principle of Similitude        .        ...        .        .        .800
[Nature, Vol. xov. pp. 6068, 644, 1915.]
393.   .Deep Water Waves, Progressive or Stationary, to the Third
Order of Approximation         .......      306
'[Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, Vol. xci. pp. 345353, 1915.]
394.   ^Eolian Tones..........315
[Philosophical Magazine, Vol. xxix. pp. 433444, 1915.]
395.   On  the Resistance experienced by Small Plates exposed to a
Stream of Fluid.........326
[Philosophical Magazine, Vol. xxx. pp. 179181, 1915.]
396.   Hydrodynamical Problems suggested by Pitot's Tubes       .        .      329
[Proceedings of the Royal Society, A, Vol. xoi. pp. 503511, 1915.]
* [1914.    It would have been in better accordance with usage .to have said " of Eelative Index differing little from Unity."]